Joplin's new high school will open next fall to replace the school demolished in the tornado. The students are now in a former
Authorities in Joplin, Mo., have reported a second arson attempt in less than a week at the city's Planned Parenthood clinic
Two separate exhibits of photography at the George A. Spiva Center for the Arts mark the one-year anniversary of the devastating tornado that tore through Joplin on May 22, 2011.
Generosity has been given a new meaning for the people of Joplin. From across the nation and around the world, individuals have put their lives aside to take part in the efforts.
In order to aid the hospital's expansion, United Arab Emirates Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba recently announced the nation
On the one-year anniversary of the tornado that claimed 161 lives and injured 1,150 people, Joplin, Mo., residents can take
Al Otaiba said, "The resilience of the people of Joplin is an inspiration to the entire world. Emiratis have watched this
President Obama will speak at the school's commencement ceremony tonight to honor the town's progress. Obama's words will
Ten months ago, a tornado leveled miles of the city, leaving homes flattened and lives changed forever. Hundreds of people died and thousands of homes and businesses were destroyed, but Joplin has not been left behind.
State Representatives Bill White (R-Joplin) and Charlie Davis (R-Duquesne) led the resolution to honor the organization's
Though the former student involved in the incident claimed that the comments seemed "out of character for Whitney," the math
A post from Whitney's account replied, "Moral of the story: Don't be gay." "I do not condone bullying or harassment of any
A person who passes by Joplin High School will see an eerie, abandoned structure that was once Joplin High. To the citizens of Joplin, this scene is still an everyday reminder of the disaster that struck on May 22.
When classes begin in Joplin, Mo., on Wednesday, just 87 days after a tornado ripped through the city, about 900 students
Local station KY3 reports that Koster is investigating some 260 total complaints stemming from possible Joplin tornado scams
Ginny Ramsey, who has helped organize and train the group of homeless volunteers, says that all the volunteers signed an
I've never been in a war zone, but I've a feeling tornado-damaged Joplin is as at least as bad as the worst of war zones. One looks at the total devastation in awe.
Politics is probably the last thing on the minds of those of us watching the news over the past week with mind-numbing images of a leveled Joplin, Missouri. And yet there is a political subtext to these scenes.
Her daughter, Teresa Day, said she and her husband rent mobile homes in Denning. She said all of their renters survived. "We